since the new DST has gone into effect, I have been experiencing a odd problem on a windows 2000 server sp4 running Outlook 2003 sp2 in a windows exchange 2003 environment.
the issue is that when I receive an email, weather it is sent from internal or external email account, the received email time stamp reflects a one hour difference between the system clock (real time). I.e system clock says it 1200, the email time stamp says it was received at 1100. I have also verified that if I send myself an email from my internal account on the affected computer, the time stamp on the sent email shows 1200 and the time stamp on the received email shows 1100. I have verified that this computer is the only one on the network that is experiencing this issue, it is also the only windows 2000 server machine on the network.
even though Microsoft released a patch for XP and 2003 server for the DST issue, I could not find one for 2000 server. I did, however, find instructions on how to manually edit the registry to reflect the DST change, and I edited the registry for the DST changes with success. I also ran the tzmove.exe for windows 2000 server to move the outlook calendar appointments to the correct date, but still the received time stamp issue still exist.
please help, not critical, just anoying as he!!.
thanks for your help,